DIGITAL AND OFFSET PRINTING

Don’t you worry, we’ve got you covered. Offering every option on the market, we examine each project on a case-by-case basis to find the best suitable solution for you.

Offset Printing

Big and universal! In offset printing, the image is transferred from a printing plate via a blanket cylinder onto the paper. New plates are needed for every page. This method allows for fast and easy mass production.

Digital Printing

Fast and personal! In digital printing, the image is transferred directly from the computer to the printing machine where it is then applied onto the carrier in form of a laser image. This technology enables shorter production times as well as individualised print jobs.

Print runs

  • Suitable for large quantities
  • From approx. 1000 copies
  • Varies from product to product

Print runs

  • Smaller quantities
  • Up to approx. 1000 copies
  • Varies from product to product

Finishing Services

  • Binding
  • Drilling
  • Folding
  • Grooving
  • Perforating
  • Die-cutting
  • Rounding Corners
  • Stapling

Finishing Services

  • Binding
  • Drilling
  • Rounding Corners
  • Folding
  • Stapling
  • Lasering
  • Perforating
  • Grooving

Refining Services

  • Dispersion Coating
  • Relief Varnish
  • Spot Varnish
  • UV-Coating
  • Cellophane Lamination
  • Hot Foil Embossing
  • Lamination
  • Relief Embossing
  • Deep Embossing

Refining Services

  • Lamination
  • Sleeking Foil

Advantages

  • Spot colours and special colours
  • Dimensions > 32 cm x 45 cm
  • Thick substrates of over 300g/m²

Advantages

  • Short production time
  • Personalised printing possible
  • Low cost for small quantities

Disadvantages

  • Longer production runs
  • No personalised printing possible
  • Cost-intensive for small quantities

Disadvantages

  • CMYK colours only
  • Dimensions < 32 cm x 45 cm
  • weight of paper approx. 300g/m²

Offset Printing

Big and universal! In offset printing, the image is transferred from a printing plate via a blanket cylinder onto the paper. New plates are needed for every page. This method allows for fast and easy mass production.

Print runs

  • Suitable for large quantities
  • From approx. 1000 copies
  • Varies from product to product

Finishing Services

  • Binding
  • Drilling
  • Folding
  • Grooving
  • Perforating
  • Die-cutting
  • Rounding Corners
  • Stapling

Refining Services

  • Dispersion Coating
  • Relief Varnish
  • Spot Varnish
  • UV-Coating
  • Cellophane Lamination
  • Hot Foil Embossing
  • Lamination
  • Relief Embossing
  • Deep Embossing

Advantages

  • Spot colours and special colours
  • Dimensions > 32 cm x 45 cm
  • Thick substrates of over 300g/m²

Disadvantages

  • Longer production runs
  • No personalised printing possible
  • Cost-intensive for small quantities

Digital Printing

Fast and personal! In digital printing, the image is transferred directly from the computer to the printing machine where it is then applied onto the carrier in form of a laser image. This technology enables shorter production times as well as individualised print jobs.

Print runs

  • Smaller quantities
  • Up to approx. 1000 copies
  • Varies from product to product

Finishing Services

  • Binding
  • Drilling
  • Rounding Corners
  • Folding
  • Stapling
  • Lasering
  • Perforating
  • Grooving

Refining Services

  • Lamination
  • Sleeking Foil

Advantages

  • Short production time
  • Personalised printing possible
  • Low cost for small quantities

Disadvantages

  • CMYK colours only
  • Dimensions < 32 cm x 45 cm
  • weight of paper approx. 300g/m²